Vlahovic’s first words after making €80m move to Juventus

by | Jan 28, 2022 20:18

Dusan Vlahovic notes that he wants ‘to make Juventus proud’ following his €80m transfer from Fiorentina today.

The 22-year-old Serbian striker has joined the Bianconeri on a five-and-a-half year deal worth €7m net per season. The Viola will receive €70m, payable over three years, for the player, as well as €10m in objective-related add-ons. His agent will also receive around €11m.

Speaking to Juventus’ media department, Vlahovic gave his first interview after joining the Bianconeri, expressing his pride and happiness at the move.

“Juventus represents pride, tradition, family. Juventus are always there until the last minute, they never give up. The team always comes first, I am at the disposal of the coach and my teammates, who I will try to help in the best way possible.

“We always want more, and we want to improve in the future. Today is my birthday, which is really wonderful, a special day for me. This is one of the happiest birthdays I’ve experienced so far. I want to make Juventus proud. We will always fight for all goals, as they say, fino alle fine!”

The 22-year-old Vlahovic has been on fire this season under coach Vincenzo Italiano in Florence; he has made 24 appearances across all competitions for the Viola, for a total of 2038 minutes. In that time, he has scored 20 goals and provided four assists.

The Serbian striker is expected to make his Bianconeri debut in their upcoming match against Hellas Verona on February 6.

7 Comments

  1. Recoba

    Another FLOP!!!

  2. LORD ALLEGRI PATRON SAINT OF SLOW BALL

    He is no flop but he is coming at the wrong time just like Ronaldo.

  3. Italia

    Wrong time, wrong club

  4. Italia

    Wrong club, awful timing

  5. Frankie

    Brilliant words Dusan – a Juventino at heart. Welcome to the Juve family. Looking forward to you helping Juve add to its 67 trophies and add our fourth star, whilst the others still seek to add their first or second.

  6. Falv

    juventus represent Pride, tradition, and family They also represent a bunch of cheating, scandalous club he’s obviously forgot that.

  7. Mz

    Hope he gets the service from that awful midfield.

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